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A new biography of the chemist John Bohannan, who invented the modern chemical structure of oxygen, has been published.
The book was originally published in 2006 and is still being sold, with an online edition to be published later this year.
The history of the chemical chemistry began with Bohannans discovery of hydrogen and its transformation from a gas to a solid.
Bohannas life was a turbulent one and he suffered from severe tuberculosis.
He died in 1875.
His wife, Elisabeth, later married the great French chemist Joseph-Louis Pasteur.
They had six children, including the two-time Nobel Prize winner and Nobel Laureate, Charles Darwin.
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